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Hi,

How can I find which users in AD are members of the Administrator group?
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Question by:hellblazeruk
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by:Joshua Grantom
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Open Active Directory Users and Computers, right click your domain and search for Administrators, then right click select properties, go to members tab.
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by:R_Edwards
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Hellblazeruk,
     Joshua has the easiest answer, however if you only have the command line


NET GROUP "Domain Admins" /DOMAIN

this will give you the list of Domain Admins
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Or Powershell

get-adgroupmember "Domain Admins" | FT Name

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